“Martin Luther King, Jr.,” in Harold Josephson, ed., Biographical Dictionary of Modern Peace Leaders (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press,1985), pp. 504-07.

Donald A. Downs, Nazis in Skokie, and James Gibson & Richard Bingham, Civil Liberties and Nazis, in the American Political Science Review 79 (December 1985): 1184-85.

“The Second Reconstruction,” The Nation 241 (23 November 1985): 559-60. (David Colburn, Racial Change and Community Crisis, Steven Lawson, In Pursuit of Power, & Robert J. Norrell, Reaping the Whirlwind).

“The Origins of the Montgomery Bus Boycott,” Southern Changes 7 (October-December 1985): 21-27. (Reprinted in King and the Movement, Vol. 7, pp. 607-619, in Nancy A. Hewitt, ed., Women, Families, and Community, vol. 2 [Chicago: Scott, Foresman & Co., 1990], pp. 224-234, and in Eleanor P. Stoller & Rose C. Gibson, eds., Worlds of Difference (Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press, 1994), pp. 66-70.

“Segregation’s Legacy,” Reviews in American History 13 (September 1985): 428-432. (Raymond Wolters, The Burden of Brown).

“Social Protest Movements: What Sociology Can Teach Us,” PS 18 (Fall 1985): 814-816.

Bernard Schwartz with Stephan Lesher, Inside the Warren Court, in The Historian 48 (August 1985): 605-606.

“Activist’s Warts,” The Progressive 49 (July 1985): 42-43. (Richard Cummings, The Pied Piper: Allard K. Lowenstein and the Liberal Dream).

“Don’t Fall for Media Madness,” Democratic Left, May-June 1985, p. 15.

“Freedom’s Rider,” The Nation 240 (4 May 1985): 535-537. (James Farmer, Lay Bare the Heart).

Michael L. Kurtz, Crime of the Century: The Kennedy Assassination from A Historian’s Perspective, in The Historian 48 (February 1985): 303-304.